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Horse Tack And Saddlery

Author : Sarah Muir
ISBN : 0754832368
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 40.96 MB
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This handy guide provides comprehensive reference to tack and horse clothing, and considers general and specialist pieces of equipment in all areas of horsemanship, for riders at all levels.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Tack Buyer S Guide

Author : Charlene Strickland
ISBN : 0914327224
Genre : Pets
File Size : 35.56 MB
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Tack Buyer's Guide helps the equestrian consumer find the best buys among the thousands of pieces of tack and accessories displayed in the average tack shop. Includes detailed descriptions of types of equipment, uses, cost, and how to determine correct fit and quality. Charlene Strickland, best-selling author and tack specialist, interviewed more than 150 tack experts, including manufacturers, retailers, importers, distributors, repair specialists and successful riders, to write this book.
Category: Pets

The Illustrated Guide To Saddlery Horse Equipment

Author : Judith Draper
ISBN : 0754828638
Genre : Bits (Bridles)
File Size : 86.37 MB
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"A comprehensive, item-by-item guide to the huge range of tack and equipment available to the modern horse owner, including the saddle, bridle and bit, training aids, clothing and protective equipment; Expert saddlery advice for safe and successful riding: the essentials you cannot life without, how to choose the right equipment to suit your horse, and how to fit, store and care for your tack; A directory-style approach covers the basics for everyday riding purposes and beyond, to the needs of showing, dressage, jumping and racing professionals; Over 450 photographs illustrate the timeless appeal of beautiful leather saddlery, as well as the contemporary choices for lighter, modern alternatives"--P. [4] of cover.
Category: Bits (Bridles)

King Of The Western Saddle

Author : Tim Evans
ISBN : 0878058095
Genre : Art
File Size : 61.12 MB
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The saddle has become an American icon. Wranglers rely on saddles every day, but discerning outsiders favor them for image enhancement and self-expression. Thus saddles turn up in paintings, films, even advertisements for cigarettes and automobiles. In the marketplace of western memorabilia they have great value. Saddles--sometimes intricately and exquisitely carved--are no longer merely cowboy paraphernalia. At their most elaborate, they have a highly developed aesthetic. In America, saddlemaking can be regarded as one of the most complex and distinctly regional of western crafts. One of the most famous saddlemakers is Donald L. King of Sheridan, Wyoming. His Sheridan-style saddle, one of the finest of all western saddles in craftsmanship and beauty, is commissioned regularly for championship rodeo trophies and is prized by collectors. The son of an itinerant cowboy, King was immersed in the traditions of ranch life and crafts from an early age. Today he is acknowledged as the creator of the most influential style in western leathercraft. His intricate, hand-tooled works bear his signature emblem, the wild rose, and other floral elements. By the 1960s saddle aficionados had discovered him, and King's Saddlery became the center of a large community of saddlemakers. Within the following twenty years King had so profoundly influenced the aesthetics of his craft that he began to create saddles that were art objects for collectors, galleries, and museums. This fascinating study of the Sheridan saddle and its creator not only highlights King's contributions but also traces the origins of the western saddle to its roots in Mexico and Spain. Timothy H. Evans, former Wyoming state folklorist, is coauthor of The Wyoming Folk Arts Handbook.
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Horse Saddlery Tack

Author : Sarah Muir
ISBN : 0754807770
Genre : Pets
File Size : 23.29 MB
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This handy guide provides a comprehensive reference to tack and horse clothing, and considers general and specialist pieces of equipment in all areas of horsemanship, for riders of all levels. With a directory-style approach, the book looks at the complete range of horse equipment. Photographs of the available models for each item and clear descriptions of usage help you make an informed choice about what to buy. The book outlines the appearances and functions of all the different styles of riding activities.
Category: Pets

Saddlery Horse Equipment

Author : Sarah Muir
ISBN : 1859679072
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 33.39 MB
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a directory-style approach covers the basics for everyday riding purposes and beyond, including showing, dressage, jumping and racing.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Saddlery And Horse Equipment

Author : Jennifer Baker
ISBN : 0668056339
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 78.33 MB
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A guide to buying, fitting, using, and caring for all types of riding and horse equipment, including specialized gear for training and competition.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

The New Book Of Saddlery And Tack

Author : Carolyn Henderson
ISBN : 0806988932
Genre : Pets
File Size : 39.83 MB
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Offers an examination and history of the complete range of horse equipment including saddles, bridles and bits, clothing, training aids and more.
Category: Pets

The Tack Room

Author : Paula Sells
ISBN : 1910723770
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Polo, horse-racing, show jumping, endurance riding, ploughing, pit ponies, mounted police, carriage driving: all these different activities require different tack. Paula Sells shows how the tack used in 27 different disciplines has become specialised for each. She describes the tack rooms and their contents, conversations with the owners and the history, current status and challenges of each discipline. Each tack room has been selected for its importance in the discipline it represents: Badminton House (Duke of Beaufort's Hunt); the Household Cavalry; the dressage, eventing and racing tack rooms of Carl Hester, Mary King and Andrew Balding. Tack rooms are treasure houses of traditional and innovative modern craftsmanship. The wide range of tack they hold reflects its evolution through our social history and the changing partnerships with horses in modern culture.
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The Whole Horse Catalog

Author : Steven D. Price
ISBN : 9780684839950
Genre : Pets
File Size : 68.1 MB
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Povides information on a wide range of products, services, organizations, and events of interest to horse owners, trainers, and riders, covering such topics as horse selection and care, and stable management
Category: Pets